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2. Cookies Policy
2.1 In accordance with EU Directive 2009/136 / EC and with local law, we inform you that this site uses its own cookies and third parties as well.
3. Can I avoid storing cookies on my device?
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4. What types of cookies are used?
4.1 This site uses different types of cookies:
- Technical cookies: strictly necessary for the proper functioning of the website.
- Custom cookies: are strictly required to provide the services requested by site users.
- Analytical cookies: allow us to check how visitors are browsing the site, and to record the content they see and those who are interested. These cookies help us improve the services we offer, because we can guarantee that our users find the information they want.
- Social cookies - that are required in social networks (Facebook, Google, and Twitter) to control interaction with social widgets on the site.
- Affiliated cookies: allow us to monitor visits from other sites with which we have association agreements.
- Behavior Cookie: collects information about your preferences and choices on the site. They are designed for ad networks, which then use them to display personalized advertising on other websites.